Crown Royal 1965 is a vintage blended Canadian whisky produced by Seagram. The tax strip indicates the youngest whisky in this bottle was distilled in 1965, meaning it was bottled in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Crown Royal is bottled in bond at 80 proof and comes in a unique 4/5 quart bottle. Crown Royal was created by the president of Seagram, Samuel Bronfman, for the 1939 royal tour of Canada. The whisky was initially only sold in Canada, but was introduced to the United States in the 1960s. It was produced in Waterloo, Ontario until the distillery there closed in 1992. Production then moved to Seagram’s plant at Gimli, Manitoba.